Renovation and Remodel
Kansas State House
Client: Kansas Department of Administration
Architect: Treanor Architects
Size: 1,327,000 SF
In 2002, JE Dunn Construction was hired to preserve and restore the historic Kansas State House located in the heart of Topeka.
This project was designed as a 10-year, 6-phase project that allowed for staggered completion dates of the interior restoration of the East, West, North and South wings. Much of the interior space was restored to its earlier grandeur and included the restoration of the Governor's office to its circa 1900 design. Upgrades to the heating/cooling systems and adding state-of-the-art technology is included.
Additional phases have included the construction of a new 2-level, 561-car underground parking garage situated below the north lawn. New underground vaults for additional office space and new mechanical systems, a new visitor's center with a U-shaped drive, and a north plaza round out the project.
AGC of Kansas - Award of Excellence - 2008
AGC of Kansas - Kansas Statehouse South Wing-Award of Honor - 2010
AGC of Kansas - Award of Honor - 2011